Teesside Legal Community’s Prime Location to Practice – Victoria House

Teesside Legal Community’s Prime Location to Practice – Victoria House
Added: 17/02/2017

Located only footsteps away from the law courts in Middlesbrough, Victoria House has long been regarded as the prime location for legal practices to operate from.

The commercial property, which is owned and managed by Python Properties, is an attractive draw for solicitors and barristers due to its commanding corner position on Albert Road and Borough Road, and because of its state-of-the-art facilities and amenities.

Tenants can enjoy the benefits of the amenities on Bedford Street and Baker Street, as well as convenient off-street parking, secure automated building access with CCTV, a meeting room, and The Baker Street Kitchen bistro.

As a Middlesbrough-based commercial property firm we have noticed an increased demand for office space within the vibrant legal district.  Victoria House is the headquarters for Trinity Chambers Teesside, one of the leading sets of barristers’ chambers in the North East of England.

Bespoke suites are available in size for highly competitive and flexible lease terms.  Virtual offices, with telephone and mailing services, are also available.  

Victoria House is part of Python Properties’ extensive portfolio of commercial buildings in Teesside, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.

 

Contact Details

For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact:  Martin Johnson or Peter Broome on 01642 247745, alternatively contact Lesley Jackson on 01642 242997.

www.pythonproperties.co.uk

 

 
 
 

     Bank Quay House is a fantastic location right in the heart of Warrington it is a very pleasant environment. We are really pleased with the standard of the accommodation and always try to get our Clients to come to our offices. This is important to us and the feedback we get is always very positive

Gareth Boyd (Business Managers)
RK Accountancy plc, Warrington (Current tenants, Bank Quay House)

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